Nigerian Union South Africa met with the SA Police, Home Affairs and other organisations in Kuruman

Nigerian Union South Africa met with the SA Police, Home Affairs and other organisations in Kuruman

The Nigerian Union South Africa leadership in the company of Nigeria High Commission Official, Mr. A.K. Balogun, held a meeting with the Kuruman Police Cluster with the district stakeholders ( Municipal official, Community Policing Forum, Home Affairs, Nigerian Community in Kuruman and Other community-based organizations). After the meeting, all parties agreed to the following;
1. Crime will not be tolerated any longer in the community
2. The communities will work together with the police to root out crime irrespective of the nationality.
3. The Nigerian Union Officers in Kuruman will start to work with civic organizations and CPF to root out crime. NUSA Kuruman ward officials have already been invited to a meeting of CPF scheduled for July 13, 2017.
4. Jungle justice should stop.

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